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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MAY 10, 1907.
You ought to see spooks or
akuas if you have been so
careless as to neglect insur
ing your life or your home
and goods. Insurance "will
protect you and your fanr.ly.
We are agents for Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New
Tork. the Norwich Union
Fire Insurance Co. and the
California Fire Insurance
Said ths Gov. of South
To the Goy. of North
"It's a long time between
drinks." Keep in communica
tion with us and this never need
happen to you. We will supply
you with the finest wines and
spirits in town. Our 'phone
number is Main 36 and we so
licit FAMILY TRADE.
Criterion lis VI
The Henry Waterhouse Trust
Ml i. Ewi Books Dl tails
either in town or country, ' and will
attend to book-keeping for Professional
and Business men in the city. ;
Phone Exchange 4.
Pineapple silks and grass linen at
Panama hats cheap at Kerr's sale.
All the latest in dress goods at
Now is your time to buy shoes at
See Morgan's auction column for
sales this week.
New automobile veils, regulation
length, $2 at Sachs'.
Only two more days of Kerr's sale.
Don't fail to attend.
"The Plunger" tonight at the Or
pheum. Secure your seats at once.
Regular business meeting of Hono
lulu Lodge 616, Order of Elks, this
Historical Honolulu in paper covers
for sale at the Gazette office at 10c
For rent, cottage at Kaimuki, on
11th-avenue. Apply Mrs. F. C. Betters,
on 12th avenue.
Get ready for Blom's great shirt
waist sale next Monday morning. You
can't afford to miss it.
On Saturday Morgan sells a number
of lots with residences on same. For
'particulars see his auction column.
The Bergstrom Music Co. will sell
you a pianola on easy monthly pay
ments. Consult them for full infor
mation. A fine piece of Tantalus property will
be turned over for the amount of the
mortgage. Enquire real estate depart
ment, Hawaiian Trust Co.
A fine new residence in Kalihi, with
six large rooms and large lanai, is of
fered for sale for $4000 by Bishop &
Co. See them for particulars.
All persons having claims against the
estate of John F. Anderson are re
quested to present same at once to C.
M. Cooke at the Bank of Hawaii.
Fine dimities 15c. a yard worth 20c;
mercerized white goods in stripes &nd
figures 20c. a yard worth 25c; all
other new white wash goods in like
proportion at Yee Chan's new store,
corner King and Bethel.
Miss O'Connell has given up her
dressmaking parlors at 1077 Alakea St.,
and is going East for six months. Two
of her assistants, Mrs. Baker and Miss
Coope, will continue in the same place
and make shirt waist suits and plain
lawns. Will also make children's sew
ing a specialty.
THE CHURCH FOR PEACE.
At Central Union church last even
ing, a resolution moved by Dr. Gulick
and seconded by Dr. Bingham was
unanimously adopted, by the congre
gation present, in favor of settling by
arbitration all international disputes.
The resolution is to be forwarded to
Professor W. R- Castle of Harvard
University who will represent Hawaii
at the Mohonk Peace Conference
which will meet about the 20th of this
THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION.
Who will look after your business
while you are at the exposition? You
can arrange with the Henry Water
house Trust Co., Ltd., to act as your
attorney, look after your accounts and
attend to your business affairs gen
erally. 'Phone Exchange 4.
Property, income and specific taxes
are due and payable now.
M'ss June Cooke, formerly of Hono
lulu, is now located in Yokohama. She
tr-red Japan, with W. D. Adams and
Dr. A. J. Derby, the dentist, has re
turned from a professional visit on
Maui and can be found in h s office ii
the Boston building. ,
A meeting has been called for Wed
nesday, the 22nd inst., at Kahului, for
the purpose of organizing an associa
tion of persons interested in the culti
vat:on of rubber.
The assessment books for 1907 are
now open for inspection to the several
The Honolulu Symphony Orchestra
will rehearse tonight at Haalelea
Lawn. A full attendance is requested
as matters of importance will be
According to a statement, said to
come from U. S. District Attorney
Breckons, the Chinese are too much
for the Federal authorities here in the
matter of crimes.
The members of the Kaahumanu
Society are requested to attend the
funeral of the late Chiefess Olga Ke
ahikuni Kekauonohi, at St. Andrew's
cathedral at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
President Pinkham, of the Board of
Health, is anxious to have the road
near the Kalihi detention camp put in
better shape and has called the matter
to the attention of the Board of Su
pervisors. The rise in raw sugar from $75.30 to
$76.60 per ton was very gratifying to
the local men. The first figure wras
the price May 1 and the general short
age, combined with a corner in the
market is said to be the cause.
The rats collected by the Board of
Health recently could not stand the
confinement and are all dead. The ex
periments of the board to inoculate
rats who would spread disease among
their comrades are consequently at a
George Lycurgus, who will moon
leave for his old home in Sparta, jgavr
a Greek dinner last night to fc&rol
his personal friends, which was de
lightfully unique. Soup, fish, roast and
souffle were all novelties' and were
There is a wild-eyed rumor afloat
in Chinese tong circles that one of the
factions has imported forty special
made knives for carving up the op
posing clans. The leaders in the tong
lights are said never to go on the
streets without bodyguards.
Benj. F- Snyder, formerly a ser
geant major at Camp McKinley, left
on the transport Thomas for Chicago,
where he will attend the Northfield
Institute. Mr. Snyder's term in the
army expired two weeks ago. He has
bfeen ,q,uite prominent in Methodist
religious circles. "
Congressman McGavin, "of the State
of Chicago," as he expresses it, states
that he will take up the matter of the
claims of Queen Liliuokalani against
the Federal government in the next
session of Congress. He expects to
call on the Queen and talk over the
matter while here.
OUR TICK DEPARTMENT
Ernest N.-, Smith of Honolulu,
been elected editor of "Sequoiafahe
Stanford University magazine, fey a
vote of 642, vice W. F. Herron, re
moved by the faculty. Mr. Smith also
continues h's work as secretary of the
Rebuilding Commission, and will re
main on the campus during the sum
mer to attend to such business as
may come up.
A farewell dinner was given on Mon
day evening at the Moana" Hotel by
Mr. Geo. Ashley for Miss Emma Mow
bray, who leaves for the Orient on the
America Maru. The table was hand
somely decorated with American
Beauty roses and Australian maiden
hair ferns. Those present, besides the
guest of honor and the host, were the
Misses Gladys Parkinson, Hazel Heil
bron and Eva McLain, and Messrs.
Robt. Parkinson, Foster Davis and
One-half of the property and income
taxes, and the tax on dogs, bicycles,
automobiles, wagons, carts, carriages
and other vehicles are due and payable
now, and will become delinquent on the
15th inst. A penalty of 10 per cent
will be added to all such taxes remain
ing unpaid after the 15th day of May,
Ladies' m wm
Our Stock of Underwear has just
been replenished by the addition of
a very large shipment. Every garment
is well made and dainty; materials are
cambric, lawns and nainsooks, trimmed
with laces and embroidery. Consider
ing the way Manufacturer's prices
have advanced, since our orders were
placed, and the way they are contin
uing to advance, it is no exaggeration
to sav, that our prices AEE AT LEAST
20 PER CENT LESS, than you will
have to pay for garments of the same
quality, a month or two hence.
Plain, Hem-stitcbed, Lace trimmed,
Embroidery Trimmed, a large as
sortmcnt to select from. Skirts
from 65c upward
LADIES NIGHT GOWNS
A varietv of styles, low and high
neck, long and short sleeves, lace
or 'embroidery trimmed. Night ,
Gowns from 65c upward
Low 'neck, or high neck, very pretty
styles, either embroidery or lace
trimmed, a variety of . styles.
rhimese from 35c upward
LADIES' MUSLIN DRAWERS
In all size?, plain, tucked, embroid
erv or lace trimmed. Drawers
from 40c upward
In great variety; perfectly plain, em
broidery and'lace trimmed, or made
from all ever embroidery, or all
over lace, high neck or low neck,
an immense assortment to select
from. Corset Covers from
U.S. Sachs Dry Goods Go., Ltd
STORE THAT KEEPS THE
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are a necessity without them we ar
entirelv lost. With one of ours you
are up to date right to the scratch.
Look over the large assortment, each
one of which is guaranteed, and agree
with us that all are reasonable and
PRICES RANGE, $1.25 TO 5125.
DlfflOND & CO., LTD.
53-55-57 King Street, Honolulu, T. H.
MOST ECONOMICAL ROOF you can put on.
Felt, Pitch and Gravel Roof
Low first cost, wears longest, costs less for upkeep, fav
ored by insurance companies because of its fireproof qualities.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co., Ltd.
Telephone, Main 352 : : : Office, 20 Queen Street.
Swimming, Bowling, Turkish Baths and
AT HO TEL BA THS
Hours 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
OF THE ART LEAGUE
The following invitation has been
sent out by the Kilohana Art League
to celebrate the twelfth annual anni
versary of the league:
By the courteous permission of Gov
ernor Cleghorn, the grounds of Aina
hau will be thrown open on May 15,
1907, for a spring day festival, in which
the Kilohana Art League, under the
auspices of the City Improvement Cir
cle, will celebrate the twelfth birthday
of the league, t The program in which
the circles will join hands, and mark
the inspiration which comes to those
who are devoted to the fine arts, is
You are cordially invited to attend.
1. Chorus "Lohengrin" Wagner
Prof. Berger and Band.
2. Five-Minute Address
..Mr. Hitchcock, Pictorial Circle
3. Overture "Queen of Spring"....
Prof. Berger and Band.
4. Five-Minute Address ....
..Mrs. Frear, Literary Circle
5. Fantasia "Garden Matinee"
Prof. Berger and Band.
6. Five-Minute Address
....Mrs.: von Holt, Musical Circle
"Spring Song" .. Mendelssohn
Prof. Berger and Band.
Mrs. W". W. Hall, DramaticCircle
Intermezzo "Cavalleria Rusti-
Prof. Berger and Band.
Mr. Wood, City Improvement
Serenade "Love in Idleness"...
Prof. Berger and Band.
If convenient, wear or carry flowers.
BLAMED THE GIRL.
A. Rosa was awarded sixty days on
the reef yesterday in police court for
abstracting $18.50 from the coat of the
driver of an ice-wagon. He claimed
that a girl took the money from him
and spent part of it on dress and
FIGHTS AND DRUNKS.
Billy Neyer, Haaliku and Billy Pe
terson were booked at the police sta
tion yesterday for drunkenness. Ta
yataro Oshima was arrested for beat
ing a Japanese lady and S. Logan
must answer for assaut and battery.
As the result of anonymous letters
which were received by members of
the Legislature, which it is alleged he
wrote, Albert McGurn has left the
position of deputy warden of Oahu
prison. Guard Kealakai has been ap
pointed by Sheriff Henry in his place.
Rev. W. D. Clark is being held by
the local police on a charge of illegal
cohabitation till the papers in the
forgery charge against him arrive
Representative Sheldon and wife will
return to Kauai next week.
COLDS AND PNEUMONIA.
There can be no excuse for a man
if he allows a cold to develop into
pneumonia. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy counteracts any tendency towards
this disease and many doctor's bills
have been saved by its timely use.
For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd", Agents for Hawaii-
The flews Of The Day
Can always be found in Ths HAWAII
AN STAR. The Star is edited by a
force of trained newspapermen and
all of the news of the day can be found
in its columns. The Star is a member
of the Associated Press and prints a
cable service in every issue. It is a
clean, intelligent paer and you will
confirm all our claims if vou will be
come a reader. For sale on all trains
and street cars.
NEW BOOK OF ISLAND VIEWS
With numerous fine half tones and
brief history of our quaint island life,
scenery and people. Published by the
Island Curio Co., James Steiner, Elite
Building. Hotel Street. On sale at all
Theo. H. Davies & Co., LtL,
Ribbon and Handkerchief Sale
now in progress.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD
iUGAJt FACTORS AND
Win. G. Irwin President and Mafi
John D. Spreckels Flrrt Viee-Preside1
W. M. Giffard... Second Viee-Presideat
H. M". WMtney Trer
Richard Ivers Secretary
W. F. Wilson Amdlio
Oeeanie Steamship Co, 8s Fts
Western Sugar Ee fining Co, J
Baldwin Locomotire Works, Pku
Newall UniTersal Mill Co, Mans
faeturers of National Cane Skreder
New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil TraniporUtio Co,
NOW TO BE SEEN AT
W. W. AHANA & CO., LTD.
U Kta Street.
A Beautiful Array
mi Spring Fabrics
,3 arrived last steamer from the East. The coloring and de-
RS signs must be seen to be appreciated.
I Prices range from 35c yd.
i Ladies' Dress Skirts
O A few novelties, in silks, voiles and fancv materials are
rs also on disnlav.
M NO TWO ALIKE. f!
m uenuine Indian neaa
M 33 inches wide, soft finish, I2x2c yd.
Has some bright men, sonic of them will be
with you this week. The committee has decid
ed to have them spend a day at HALEIWA
which shows good judgement on their part and
speaks much for the Hotel. Perhaps you
may come down, sometime.
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD.
White Wash Goods Display
Two large windows full, with prices plainly marked.
And a much larger quantity within the store. Compare our
Victoria lawns, 7 1-2C upward.
Mercerized stripes and figured, 20c; worth 35c.
Fine Dimities, 15c a yard; worth 20c.
Dotted Swiss and other goods at lowest prices.
We have just received a fine assortment of ladic silk
embroidered collars. These are very pretty goods.
YBB & CO. &k
THE MEMBERS OF THE CONGRSSIONAL PARTY
are cordiallv invited to inspect the
FINE JAPANESE GOODS
1 120 X.UUANU STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Fine assortment of Silks, Kimonos, Crepes Crockery, Ivory, etc,
received by every steamer from Japan.
BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS
DRESS SUIT CASES
NEW LINE OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS AND CAPS. SEC
DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
Fort Street. - - Odd Fellow Building.
A Rainier Greeting
From the Nation's fair Capitol they come ;o
' vr""5iv The volcanoes, and vallevs. and ghn to ex-
" 'i !.vi .
But how little they've dreamt in their wiMc-t
That where Tele pour downward her bright,
Thcv could find alo flowing in plentiful rills
rinyjJTyj Sparkling strcamlcts'of Rainier to soothe all
C. A. NELSON. AGENT FOR RAINIER
'Phone, White 1331.
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